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can you store export parameters?

can you store export parameters?

can you store export parameters?

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i have written a crystal report that needs to be exported in text format, but i need it to be 16 characters per inch and 0 for the paginate, the defaults are 12 and 60. is there a way to force the ones i need without someone selecting them manually each time this runs? if they export it incorretly the databases that use it fail because data fields come through incorrect or the crlf causes issues. thanks

RE: can you store export parameters?

Yes, but only since Crystal Reports 2008 (I don't have XI here to check, possibly there too) - it's in the export options setting - File|Export|Report Export Options
 

Andrew Baines
www.pursuittechnology.co.uk

RE: can you store export parameters?

(OP)
that was it, thanks

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